Should advertising be against the rules? (9)

1 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-03-25 00:56 ID:gvZXZQGp

In my worthless opinion, yes. This site shouldnt just become a giant billboard

2 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-03-25 01:10 ID:kHitWpzI

>>1
Well i agree.

3 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-03-25 02:19 ID:hHq33y1u

I think they can be funny in moderation.

4 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-03-25 11:41 ID:Heaven

If it's just some guy asking for feedback on his site and it's not copy-pasted over every board, it's not really an issue.

5 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-03-26 13:52 ID:kHitWpzI

>>4
Well yes, but it would be troblesome if bad advertising ruin the site.

6 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-03-26 18:46 ID:CTv28Jz4

Blatant advertising should be a rule breaker, yes. If some dude has a post log of 0 posts and his first post is just "come check out my VIP quality BBS!" that should be instant ban. If it's some regular posting in general or net or something and wants feedback on their website and incorporates it into a discussion, I think that's reasonable.

7 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-10-19 02:31 ID:w5PgkKzK

What exactly do you mean by advertising? I see this term abused. "Someone I don't like made a project they want to share" is called "advertising" just as much as the automated spam for penis enlargement pills and such. You need to have a stricter definition of what you want to be forbidden before you ask us if we want to forbid it. I don't like vague rules.

"I know it when I see it!" is NOT justice.

8 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-10-22 13:45 ID:Emep9Qoh

>>7
If Patch spammed his boards here like he does everywhere else, you'd have a different opinion

9 Name: Anonymous Advisor : 2021-10-23 02:26 ID:z1hkcS2M

>>8
Out of interest, what site does he spam?

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